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Amazon During 1997 Essay Examples

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An Analysis of Amazon during 1997
"External & Internal Analysis of Amazon during 1997" Strategic Management in the New Economy 24/09/02 What are the opportunities and threats that Amazon.com faced in 1997? In all the proceeding cases, we analyzed the various le...
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An Introduction to the Real and Virtual Geographical Dimensions of Amazon.com
The Geography of Amazon.com Amazon.com has several important geographical dimensions - both real and virtual. For any Internet company the principle public face is their web site. Amazon.com's web site is vital - it is its storefront to the world. Web sites are a form of geography - geography of the screen. It is easy t...
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3 pages
Deforestation of the Amazon Rain-forest
Deforestation of the Amazon Rainforest It is simply a matter of time before there may no longer be an Amazon rainforest. Numerous factors contribute to the forest's destruction but, the main threat is an economic one. The dependence of the Brazilian citizens on wood from the country's forest for fuel and export as well a...
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5 pages
An Analysis of How the Amazon Was Struggling To Increase Income At the Same Rate as Its Expenditure
Early last week the Wall Street Journal published an article on how the Amazon was struggling to increase income at the same rate as its expenditure. This move, according to the article, was putting a strain on the company finances. Although the company revenue was increasing, the spending and expenses were also increasing....
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An Examination of the Challenges Faced by Amazon.com with Their Online Business
The platform used by Amazon fall within the technology based achievement. Gradual development of the internet from the early 90s has led to the development of e-commerce. With information technology, Amazon relied on secure cashless transactions. The use of information technology in sales and marketing has grown to levels t...
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An Introduction to the History, Causes, Effects and Solutions for the Amazon Rainforest
The battle for the Amazon rainforest is a daunting task. It’s a long going battle between miners, loggers, and developers against the indigenous people who call it home. It’s a battle like any battle in a war; it affects lives, families, the economy, politics, and the environment amongst other things. The main topic of this...
3,115 words
7 pages
A Comparison of Daytime Activities versus Nighttime Activities in School
Even though physically the location and students stay the same, emotionally the school environment changes drastically depending on the time of day. A large aspect of high school involves social skills and events. Teenagers develop new social skills throughout their high school career in which they have to decide where to u...
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2 pages
The Role and Importance of Weapons and Medicine During the Civil War
During the Civil War, weapons and medicine were a big part of surviving and winning the war, for both the north and south. The new weapons were creating massive losses in the north and south. There was also poor drinking water, and un-sanitized tools for the hospitals, which caused disease throughout the wounded men. The me...
513 words
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The Benefits and Importance of Media During Wars
Over different wars, media has progressed in its technology to show viewers more coverage. It has given us a chance to see a war thousands of miles a way on their living room television. It shows us things that are going on around the world, that at one time took months and know only take seconds. Coverage has changed...
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An Overview of the Amazon Rainforest
The Amazon Rainforest is the world's greatest natural resource, yet still it is being destroyed just like other rainforests around the world. Rainforests are being destroyed worldwide for the resources they have; timber, cattle, agriculture, and subsistence cropping by rainforest inhabitants. Many of the local land owners...
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1 page